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EVEN THE AIR IS HARAM

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In days of the past, a Muslim in Bursa built a fountain once called Yahudilik Junction, today, it’s called Arap Sukru.
He inscribed above that: “Halal to everyone but Muslims!” Since Bursa was the capital,
the Ottoman Empire intervened and questioned what kind of fitna was this.

The man was forcefully brought to the judge. He was asked why a Muslim would build a fountain only to
forbid other Muslims to drink from its water? The judge stood up and asked: “What kind of fitna is this?
You build a fountain for charity, and yet you forbid its water to the Muslims; in a country where
people’s religion is Islam, in a state where the people are Muslims. Have you lost your mind?”
The man answered: “Pardon me, indeed there is a reason, though it needs proving.” Hearing this answer,
the judge got even more angry: “What proof, what evidence? This is obviously fitna,
and you disturbed our Muslim community. You must be executed!”

But the judge was curious, “What was the reason?” he asked. The man answered:
“I can only say it to the Sultan.” He was taken to the Sultan.
The Sultan was also annoyed by the incident, but he too was curious.
The Sultan told him: “Say what it is you came to say. How dare you build
this fountain and forbid its water to all Muslims and let non-Muslims use it?”.
The man, with his head low, answered: “I have a reason, but it must be demonstrated.”

“What if your reasoning isn’t as reasonable as you think?” asked the Sultan.

“Then my neck is thinner than hair for the ruling, my Sultan,” the man said.

The Sultan asked what was needed. The man said: “Detain a rabbi from a synagogue
and keep him for a week. Then see what happens.” What he said was done.

All minorities came together, the Jews leading them spoke:
“What’s the reason for this cruelty? We vouch for our rabbi,
he is innocent. Tell us what needs to be done, if necessary,
we will pay his bail.” Even ambassadors from neighbouring
countries came and delivered dozens of letters. After a week,
the rabbi was released and minorities were happy.
Then came all the thanks and presents for the Sultan.
After a while, the man asked the Sultan to do the same,
but this time with a priest from a church. The priest was
brought by force from the Sunday ritual and this time people
reacted even more intensely. After a week, he was released,
bringing the Sultan even more gifts, even more thanks…
Levantines came together by the happiness of reuniting with their priest.

The Sultan asked: “Are we done?” The man answered: “Just one more, my Sultan, and then you’ll see.”

“What do you need?” asked the Sultan.

“Sir, take the Imam from our capital, Bursa, who is most loved, listened and trusted, take him from his mimbar.”

What the man said was done; the Imam was taken by force from the Grand Mosque of Bursa
in the middle of his Friday khutba. Then, what happened? Not even a single soul realised
he was gone, no one asked where he was. No one asked them: “What is up with you?
You could at least wait for the khutba to end.”

After a week, still, no one was asking any questions about him. Then, a gossip erupted among the people.
Everyone started saying: “We thought he was a decent man, we listened to him, made him our Imam…”

“Allah knows what he did to be taken in!”

“What a pity! All those congregational salahs I participated in, under his lead, what a waste!”

The Sultan, the Imam and the man were only watching what was going on.
Eventually the Sultan asked the man that built the fountain: “Now what?”
The man answered: “It’s time to release him and also apologize.”
The Sultan agreed and ordered what the man said to be done.
The man spoke with his head low: “O, great Sultan,
please tell me, can water be halal to Muslims like that?”

The Sultan smiled painfully: –
“Even the air is haram, even the air!” he said.

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NECIP FAZIL MEETS ABDULHAKIM ARVASI

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Necip Fazil KISAKUREK meets Hadhrat AbdulHakim Arvasi (Kuddise Sirruh)

Who is AbdulHakim Arvasi?

Arvasi was born in the village of Arvas (present-day Doğanyayla).[1]

Arvasi lived in the times of the late Ottoman Empire and the early Republic of Turkey. He was one of the most profound Islamic scholars of his time and a mujtahid. Arvasi was a descendant of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, and hence he had the title sayyed (seyyid in Turkish) before his name. He is the 33rd sheikh of the Naqshbandi order.[2] He was born in Van,[3] Turkey. He received religious education from the famous scholar and walî Seyyid Fehim-i Arvasi. He was deeply learned in many worldly and religious sciences such as: natural sciences, hadith, tafsir and tasawwuf. Arvasi taught in Van for 30 years after which he moved to Istanbul as the Russian Army had invaded the eastern part of the country.[4] Arvasi taught in various madrasas and mosques of Istanbul for many years. One of his most famous students was Necip Fazıl Kısakürek.[5] Arvasi died in Ankara in 1943[2] after decades of teaching of Islam. He is buried in Baglum Cemetery, Ankara. (Source)



Who is Necip Fazıl Kısakürek?

In his own words, he was born in “a huge mansion in Çemberlitaş, on one of the streets descending towards Sultanahmet” in 1904. His father was Abdülbaki Fazıl Bey who held several posts including deputy judge in Bursa, public prosecutor in Gebze and finally, judge in Kadıköy. His mother was an emigree from Crete. He was raised at the Çemberlitaş mansion of his paternal grandfather Kısakürekzade Mehmed Hilmi Efendi of Maraş; he was named after his great-grandfather Ahmed Necib, as well as his father, Fazıl.

He studied in many schools during his primary education, including the French School in Gedikpaşa, Robert College of Istanbul, as well as the Naval School. He received religious courses from Ahmed Hamdi of Akseki and science courses from Yahya Kemal at the Naval School but he was actually influenced by İbrahim Aşkî, whom he defined to have “penetrated into deep and private areas in many inner and outer sciences from literature and philosophy to mathematics and physics”. İbrahim Aşkî provided his first contact with Sufism even at a “plan of skin over skin”. “After completing candidate and combat classes” of Naval School, Kısakürek entered the Philosophy Department of Darülfünûn and graduated from there (1921–1924). One of his closest friends in philosophy was Hasan Ali Yücel.



He studied in Paris for one year with the scholarship provided by the Ministry of National Education (1924–1925), until the scholarship was cancelled. After returning home in 1926, he worked at Holland, Osmanlı and İş Banks (1926–1939), and gave lectures at the Faculty of Linguistics and History and Geography and the State Conservatoire in Ankara and the Academy of Fine Arts in İstanbul (1939–1942). Having established a relation with the press in his youth, Kısakürek quit civil service to earn his living from writing and magazines.

Necip Fazıl’s life took a turn in 1934, when he met Abdülhakim Arvasi, a sheik of the Sufi Naqshbandi order. He became one of his most notable disciples,[6] remaining a follower until the sheik’s death in 1943.[7]

Appropriating his anti-semitic ideas from Europe, Kısakürek regarded Jews as the corrupting element within Western civilization, and described them as the originator of Marxism and capitalism.[4] He held them responsible for the early conflicts between Muslims and the decline of the Ottoman Empire.[5] Kısakürek’s publications included the Turkish translation of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and praise for Henry Ford’s The International Jew, as well as a political program in which he wrote: “Chief among these treacherous and insidious elements to be cleansed are the Dönmes and the Jews.”[8][9] Necip Fazıl was awarded the First Prize of C.H.P. Play Contest in 1947 with his play Sabır Taşı (Stone of Patience). Kısakürek was awarded the titles of “Great Cultural Gift” by the Ministry of Culture (25 May 1980) and “Greatest Living Poet of Turkish” by the Foundation of Turkish Literature upon the 75th anniversary of his birth.

Necip Fazıl Kısakürek died on 25 May 1983 in his house at Erenköy after an illness that “lasted long but did not impair his intellectual activity and writing” and was buried in the graveyard at the Eyüp Cemetery on the ridge of Eyüp after an eventful funeral. (Source)

 
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”Those who look for Walis of Allah are also Walis of Allah.”

 
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”I do not understand… Why are they afraid of me? Fear the incoming Azrael.
Let us fear the answers we will give to my Allah.But they are afraid of me.”
”I am not afraid of death but I am afraid of my deeds.”




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